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The University Library provides computer workstations and printing to support the scholarly activities of CSUDH faculty, students, and staff on the 2nd floor of Library South (see map).
Log in to library computers using your CSUDH username and password.
Additional computers are located in the Toro Student Computer Lab on the 1st floor of Library North in room G-149.
Printing, Copying, & Scanning
All CSUDH faculty, staff, and students have access to the library’s printers. Print jobs sent from library computers will display on all library printers in the building. Black and white printers are located on the 2nd and 3rd floor of the library south building.
Printers are cash only. Next to each printer is a bill and coin machine for print job payment. The maximum amount that the bill and coin machine accepts is $5.
Printing costs $0.15 per page.
Faculty, staff, students, alumni, and community members have access to the library’s copiers. Copy centers are located on the second floor of the library north building and on the third floor of the library south building.
Copies cost $0.15 per page.
All CSUDH faculty, staff, and students have access to the library’s scanners. Scanners are located on the second floor of the library south building. The scanners are connected to library computers; therefore, all scanned documents can be saved and printed. Scanning is free of charge, unless the scanned documents are printed.
Copyright law of the United States, (U.S. Code: Title 17) governs the making of photocopies or other reproductions of copyrighted material. Photocopying or reproduction is not to be used for any purpose other than private study, scholarship, or research. If users copy material in violation of copyright law, they will be liable for copyright infringement. The library reserves the right to refuse to accept requests for copying assistance if it would involve violation of copyright laws.